HAVE GOT exercises with keys for ESL students


HAVE GOT affirmative, negative and questions - exercises (A2 level)

1. Write sentences. Use have got and the words in brackets.

A: Have you got a motorbike? 
B: No. _____________. (I / a car)

A: Have you got a hairbrush? 
B: No. ____________. (I / a comb)

A: Has Cindy got dark hair? 
B: No. ___________. (she / fair hair)

A: Why is he in bed? 
B: _____________. (he / a cold)

A: Where are the sandwiches? 
B: _____________.  (we / them)

A: Are you all right? 
B: No. ___________. (I / a headache)

A: Has Lisa got a brother? 
B: No. ____________. (she / a sister)

A: Have they got any pets? 
B: _____________. (they / a cat)

A: Have you got any money? 
B: _____________. (we / £50)

A: Have they got any children? 
B: _____________. (they / a little boy)

A: Has your town got a theatre? 
B: No. _____________. (it / a cinema)

2. Write questions. Use have got.

a) she / long hair?
b) you / a headache?
c) your brother / a bike?
d) they / a computer?
e) Emma / brown eyes?
f) he / a cold?
g) Mick and Anna / a car?

3. Complete the conversations. Use have got.

A: _____ you _____ a cold?
B: Yes. And I ________ a terrible headache. ______ you ______ any aspirin?
A: No, I _______. Sorry. ______ Lucy ______ any?
B: I don't know. Maybe.

A: ______ Emma and Isabel _______ the information about the trip?
B: Yes, they ________. But they ________ the tickets.
A: Don't worry. Daniel ________ them.

A: _______ your car _______ a CD player?
B: No, it __________. It __________ a radio.
A: That's OK. We can listen to the radio.

ANSWER KEYS

1. Write sentences. Use have got and the words in brackets.

A: Have you got a motorbike? 
B: No. I've got a car.

A: Have you got a hairbrush? 
B: No. I've got a comb.

A: Has Cindy got dark hair? 
B: No. She's got fair hair.

A: Why is he in bed? 
B: He's got a cold.

A: Where are the sandwiches? 
B: We've got them.

A: Are you all right? 
B: No.  I've got a headache.

A: Has Lisa got a brother? 
B: No. She's got a sister.

A: Have they got any pets? 
B: They've got a cat.

A: Have you got any money? 
B: We've got £50.

A: Have they got any children? 
B: They've got a little boy.

A: Has your town got a theatre? 
B: No. It's got a cinema.

2. Write questions. Use have got.

a) Has she got long hair?
b) Have you got a headache?
c) Has your brother got a bike?
d) Have they got a computer?
e) Has Emma got brown eyes?
f) Has he got a cold?
g) Have Mick and Anna got a car?

3. Complete the conversations. Use have got.

A: Have you got a cold?
B: Yes. And I've got a terrible headache. Have you got any aspirin?
A: No, I haven't. Sorry. Has Lucy got any?
B: I don't know. Maybe.

A: Have Emma and Isabel got the information about the trip?
B: Yes, they have. But they haven't got the tickets.
A: Don't worry. Daniel's got them.

A: Has your car got a CD player?
B: No, it hasn't. It's got a radio.
A: That's OK. We can listen to the radio.

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